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Americans versus Russians: HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters attack Russian Mi-24


American helicopters HH-60G Pave Hawk tried to attack the Mi-24.

The American HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters carried out a series of attacks against Mi-24 helicopters, thereby fulfilling the fire defeat of Russian-armed helicopters. As follows from the data of the information publication The Aviationist, it was for these purposes that the American military acquired several Soviet / Russian rotary-wing aircraft.

“Last week, the Air Force’s 355th PR department officially published a report on the preparation of the 55th US Air Force rescue squadron for combat command with two Russian Mi-24 attack helicopters at Davis-Montana airbase near Tucson, Arizona. “This is the first time this training has been held outside the Nellis Air Force weapons school,” said US Air Force captain Kurt Wallin, commander of the 55th Rescue Squadron, in an official Davis Montan Air Force press release. “This is a big step we have taken to improve our training capabilities, as we are training for the first time outside the HH-60G Pave Hawk compared to the HH-60G. This training allows us to see the capabilities of other aircraft against our own tactics and procedures. ” Captain Wallin had in mind the aerial exercises that oppose the US Air Force HH-60G Pave Hawk against a Russian-made Mi-24 Hind. The Mi-24 Hind combat helicopter is in service in approximately 48 countries, some of which are potential opponents of US forces deployed around the world. ”, - the newspaper reports.

In turn, experts pay attention to the fact that the American HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters have almost no chance of a positive outcome in a battle in the event of a real collision with Mi-24 helicopters, since the Russian Mi-24 is much better adapted to combat.

:-)exactly

The first time the American "warriors" recognized the EXCELLENCE of the Russian Mi-24 over the new US military helicopters! It is commendable that the US generals "lower" their exclusivity a bit and "protect" their helicopter pilots.

Namesake, Americans have long been dealing with such issues.

The first groove I hear something like that. This is all about the fantasy re-hits of the T34 movie.

The MI-24 cockpit blister was developed by a brilliant designer. It looks like a wasp's face ... well, what a "good" face of a wasp, you know. S ... ka, when he dives into position - he is really SCARY!

Oh, and this note would have been made laugh by my friend, a test pilot who fought on the Mi-24, besides laughter, he doesn’t have anything talking about American helicopters, and before the war in Yugoslavia, I didn’t understand him, but when the Pindos didn’t enter the battle on the Apaches, managed to lose several cars out of the blue, everything became clear - these bastards can only fight with Mumbo Yumba against karamultuk

I had to see the combat approach of MI-24. It is something! The most important thing is no noise! And this flurry of fire.

but after all, we have the Mi-24 (Mi-35) is now a "transport" landing

NN-60 transport vehicle. With bells and whistles of course for round-the-clock and all-weather flights, but transport. Peppers against twenty-four are clear; she has no chance.

I think that it’s still not Russian but Soviet Mi-24.with modern versions of the “Crocodile” it would be much sadder for pendos.

Do you want to weaken the enemy, praise him

We must thank the American side for the sincerity and truthfulness of the conclusions made by their experts ..

first of all - the pilot ... the Second World War showed everything ... but against today's Russian turntables the amers have no shunts at all

It reminds how the Germans in World War II trained their cadets in flight schools !!! They imprisoned Soviet pilots on I-16 and the cadets trained but did not take into account Soviet education !!! Some Soviet Pilots used TARAN !!!

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